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Tencent Holdings Ltd will soon release a test version of a 'Game Of Thrones' game for smartphones, after winning exclusive Chinese rights to distribute the title based on the mega-popular TV series.
Allen Zhang stepped on stage to wrap up a long day of presentations at a Tencent Holdings Ltd conference. Four hours later, the WeChat founder had methodically torn apart his own brainchild before mapping out the next act for China’s premier super-app.
Megvii, the owner of facial recognition developer Face++, is considering an initial public offering in Hong Kong that could net as much as US$1bil (RM4.09bil), people familiar with the matter said.
Tencent Music Executive Is Accused of Defrauding Early Investor
Tencent Holdings Ltd plans to rein in content on WeChat by culling the number of public accounts on the platform, responding to the latest in a series of Chinese government clean-ups that’s rattled the Internet sector.
China’s regulators have ended the issuance of game licenses through a stopgap approval process, people familiar with the matter said, closing the last known official path for making money from new titles in the world’s biggest gaming market.
Tencent Holdings Ltd, the world’s biggest games company, needs some help from Fortnite, the world’s hottest game.
Tencent Holdings slumped after taking another hit to its gaming business when regulators told the social media giant to remove Monster Hunter: World from its PC downloads service just days after the action title’s debut.
Mobike, China’s bike-sharing startup recently acquired by neighborhood services giant Meituan Dianping, said it is investigating sexual harassment allegations against a manager at the US$3bil (RM12bil) company.
Chinese live-streaming apps that built their billion-dollar empires leveraging women’s physical appeal are now tapping into their spending power.